The upsides for women when looks inevitably change Rachel Wells – Interview with Christine Bagley-Jones

“When women come to me lamenting that they don’t get ‘looked at’ like they used to, I see this as a really great opportunity to invite them to think about and attend to their other qualities that are even more important than how they look,” says Brisbane-based psychologist Christine Bagley-Jones.

She says “encouraging women to focus on their other attributes and skills” – whether it be their health and fitness or making a positive career change – is key to helping women through this period, which for some can lead to depression and impulsive behaviours, such as having affairs or rushing into cosmetic surgery.

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